Allwin surface planer is a tool for woodworkers who require large quantities of planed stock and who select to buy it rough cut. A couple of trips through a planer and then smooth, surface-planed stock emerges.
Benchtop planer will plane 13-inch-wide stock. The workpiece is presented to the machine by hand, with one face against the feed bed. A pair of rollers, one at the front and one at the machine’s rear, then power the stock through the machine at a constant rate. Between the rollers is a cutterhead with several knives affixed. The knives do the actual planing, assisted by a pair of bars that rest on the stock as it travels through the planer.
The wood planer must be set to suit the stock to be planed. The feed bed is adjusted to the proper height, so that no more than about a sixteenth of an inch is planed in any one pass.As you feed the stock in, stand to one side. Support the stock so its weight doesn’t lever its top surface into the cutterhead. Once the planer has planed about half the length of the piece, go to the other side of the machine and support it there. Or, better yet, have a helper stationed to receive it as it emerges.
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Post time: Sep-21-2023